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“Tipoos Teevee” leads all types of vertical adventures from Himalayan mountaineering expeditions to rock climbing and canyoneering trips in Israel and abroad.
All our guides hold the highest level of guiding certification available in Israel (ICC Rock Guide- the only local certification that is internationally (UIAA) accredited), and are among the most experienced and active guides in the country.
When you book your trip with Tipoos Teevee you can be certain that your highly certified guide will endeavor to provide you a safe, fun and memorable experience. Based on years of experience outside, your guide will always consider your desires and abilities, and will choose the optimal venue, route and timeframe.

Among our guides are:

David (Dudu) Yifrah: Founder, Owner and a Senior Guide. Dudu is an avid mountaineer with over 25 years of experience! Dudu was the 2nd Israeli to climb Mt Everest (8850m, July 2006), and has led major mountaineering expeditions to the highest mountain ranges in the world. He is a certified ICC Rock Climbing Guide (UIAA accredited) and a Wilderness Therapist.

Yotam Orchan: Yotam is a senior guide in Tipus Tiveei, and one of the busiest guides in the country. He is a board member and the Head Guide of the ICC Climbing and Canyoneering school. Yotam has guided hundreds of climbers in a variety of courses from beginners to Rock Climbing Guide candidates.

Elad omer: If you are in the business of local climbing, you must have heard of Elad. Senior Guide Elad Omer is the highest certified guide in the country (UIAA/AMGA) and one of the most experienced ones. Sharing his life between Israel and Western US, Elad lives the climbing-guiding life to its fullest. Besides guiding at Tipus Teveei Climbing School and leading hundreds of successful climbing trips all over the globe in nearly two decades, Elad has also climbed and pioneered hard rock and alpine routes in 5 continents (including the establishment of Sultan Al Mujahidin (V,5.14a) in Wadi Rum, Jordan and his recent FA of the 1400m route Ghore Kha Khan (VI, M5+, 6a, AI4) in Parvati Valley in India)